After recording her debut CD, Lucy Woodward was called into the office by Ron Shapiro, the president of her label, Atlantic Records. “He said, ‘Oh my God, the head of AOL Music loves your record. You have no idea how important this is.’ He was right. I didn’t realize what a big deal it was,” Woodward tells David Hiltbrand of the Philadelphia Inquirer. Subsequently her video, ‘Dumb Girls,’ was streamed more than 1.5 million times before her record appeared in stores. “Now,” she says, “I’m kind of known as the Internet girl.”
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